The charts speak for themselves. Isn't it better for a country just to declare a government debt default rather than being "saved" this way? Is the unemployment growth really worth it? Did the Troika experts really know what they were doing? Have they realised that they were wrong meanwhile?
If you would speculate about a recovery, consider that building permits number fell by 35.3% in January 2014, year-on-year. Awful.
I don't think that saving Greece's bondholders was worth it.
A white male with some professional experience in finance and investing.